How AI Can Help Africa
Get Universal Health Care Before America
Africa is a continent in need of universal health care. Efforts to increase coverage are underway: From Rwanda to South Africa, telemedicine and artificial intelligence have enabled health tech platforms to emerge, and allowed doctors to treat patients in under-resourced areas remotely, efficiently, and cheaply via mobile devices.
Merck Picks 3 E-health
Startups for Nairobi Accelerator
Global healthcare and pharmaceutical firm Merck has chosen RxAll Inc and two other startups to take part in the third edition of its e-health accelerator in Nairobi, Kenya Merck …
Startup Saves Lives by
Ridding African Market of Counterfeit Drugs
More than 100,000 people die every year in Africa from counterfeit medicines, and that number is increasing. Adebayo Alonge ’16, an alumnus of the Yale School of Management Master of Advanced Management program, knows this all too well. He nearly died from counterfeit drugs in a Nigerian hospital.
The Journey so Far:
Adebayo Alonge, CEO, RxAll
Tell us about one of the toughest situations you’ve found yourself in as a business owner.
Running out of cash in the first quarter of 2017 and having more than 75% of the early team resign. This almost ended our start-up journey very early in Nigeria...
Africa’s Health Crisis
Needs a Focus on Systems, Not People
Tedros Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization, has rescinded the poorly thought-out appointment of Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe as a UN goodwill ambassador to address non-communicable diseases.
6 Best Tech Startups in New Haven
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in New Haven, Connecticut. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to: